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  • 1 belligerents — bel lig·er·ent || nt n. country that is engaged in war; member of the military of a warring nation adj. warlike, aggressive; hostile …

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  • 2 belligerents — A body of insurgents who by reason of their temporary organized government are regarded as conducting lawful hostilities. Also, militia, corps of volunteers, and others, who although not part of the regular army of the state, are regarded as… …

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  • 3 belligerents — A body of insurgents who by reason of their temporary organized government are regarded as conducting lawful hostilities. Also, militia, corps of volunteers, and others, who although not part of the regular army of the state, are regarded as… …

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  • 4 Strength of the Belligerents, Aug. 4, 1914 — ▪ Table Strength of the belligerents, Aug. 4, 1914 resources Central Powers Allied Powers population (in millions) 115.2 265.5 steel production (in millions of metric tons) 17.0 15.3 army divisions available for mobilization in August 1914 146… …

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  • 5 Land forces of the belligerents, Aug. 4, 1914 — ▪ Table Land forces of the belligerents, Aug. 4, 1914 country regular divisions (with number of field armies) other land forces total manpower Central Powers Germany 98 (8) 27 Landwehr brigades 1,900,000 Austria Hungary 48 (6) 450,000 Allied… …

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  • 6 belligerence — belligerents …

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  • 7 international relations — a branch of political science dealing with the relations between nations. [1970 75] * * * Study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities (e.g., bureaucracies and political… …

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  • 8 neutrality — /nooh tral i tee, nyooh /, n. 1. the state of being neutral. 2. the policy or status of a nation that does not participate in a war between other nations: the continuous neutrality of Switzerland. 3. neutral status, as of a seaport during a war.… …

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  • 9 World War I — the war fought mainly in Europe and the Middle East, between the Central Powers and the Allies, beginning on July 28, 1914, and ending on November 11, 1918, with the collapse of the Central Powers. Abbr.: WWI Also called Great War, War of the… …

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  • 10 Neutrality Acts — The Neutrality Acts were a series of laws that were passed by the United States Congress in the 1930s, in response to the growing turmoil in Europe and Asia that eventually led to World War II. They were spurred by the growth in isolationism and… …

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  • 11 Unlawful combatant — An unlawful combatant or unprivileged combatant/belligerent is a civilian who directly engages in armed conflict in violation of the laws of war. An unlawful combatant may be detained or prosecuted under the domestic law of the detaining state… …

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  • 12 Belligerent — A belligerent is an individual, group, country or other entity which acts in a hostile manner, such as engaging in combat.In times of war, belligerent countries can be contrasted with neutral countries and non belligerents. However, the… …

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  • 13 Geneva Convention (1929) — See also Geneva Convention for the amelioration of the condition of the wounded and sick in armies in the field (1929) [ [http://www.icrc.org/ihl.nsf/FULL/300?OpenDocument Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick… …

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  • 14 Neutrality Act of 1937 — The Neutrality Act of 1937 was a law that unsuccessfully attempted to keep the United States out of international conflicts, including civil wars. Major provisions included:*a prohibition of exporting arms to belligerent nations *a ban on loans… …

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  • 15 Neutrality (international relations) — For other uses, see Neutral. A map of the world showing the countries in question: neutral countries in green, countries claiming to be neutral in yellow, and countries neutral in the past in blue. A neutral power in a particular war is a… …

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  • 16 Neutrality Acts of 1930s — For other Neutrality Acts, see Neutrality Act. U.S. Congressional opposition to U.S. involvement in wars and interventions …

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  • 17 Co-belligerence — is the waging of a war in cooperation against a common enemy without a formal treaty of military alliance. Co belligerence is a broader and less precise status of wartime partnership than a formal military alliance. Co belligerents may support… …

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  • 18 World War I prisoners of war in Germany — The situation of World War I prisoners of war in Germany is an aspect of the conflict little covered by historical research. However, the number of soldiers imprisoned reached a little over seven million [Jochen Oltmer estimates a figure between… …

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  • 19 armistice — /ahr meuh stis/, n. a temporary suspension of hostilities by agreement of the warring parties; truce: World War I ended with the armistice of 1918. [1655 65; < F < ML armistitium, equiv. to L armi (comb. form of arma ARM2) + stitium a stopping… …

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  • 20 Woodrow Wilson: War Message — ▪ Primary Source       Germany s resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare on February 1, 1917, led the United States to break diplomatic relations on February 3. President Wilson continued to hope for peace, but events seemed to make American …

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